擬態理論と宗教ハンドブック<br>The Palgrave Handbook of Mimetic Theory and Religion〈1st ed. 2017〉

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擬態理論と宗教ハンドブック
The Palgrave Handbook of Mimetic Theory and Religion〈1st ed. 2017〉

  • 言語:ENG
  • ISBN:9781137552808
  • eISBN:9781137538253

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The Palgrave Handbook of Mimetic Theory and Religion draws on the expertise of leading scholars and thinkers to explore the violent origins of culture, the meaning of ritual, and the conjunction of theology and anthropology, as well as secularization, science, and terrorism. &nbsp;Authors assess the contributions of René Girard’s mimetic theory to our understanding of sacrifice, ancient tragedy, and post-modernity, and apply its insights to religious cinema and the global economy. This handbook serves as introduction and guide to a theory of religion and human behavior that has established itself as fertile terrain for scholarly research and intellectual reflection.

Table of Contents

Part I&nbsp;

VIOLENT ORIGINS

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Chapter 1. Introduction

James Alison and Paul Dumouchel

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Chapter 2

An Essay on Hominization: Current Theories, Girardian-Darwinian Approaches

Paul Dumouchel

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Chapter 3

The Emergence of Human Consciousness in a Religious Context

Pierpaolo Antonello

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Chapter 4

Freud, Moses and Monotheism, and the Conversation between Mimetic Theory and Psychoanalysis

Kathryn M. Frost

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Chapter 5

Kristeva and the Question of Origins

Martha J. Reineke

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Chapter 6

Girard and Burkert: Hunting, Homo Necans, Guilt

Wolfgang Palaver

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Chapter 7

Vengeance and the Gift

Mark R. Anspach

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Chapter 8

Mesoamerican Civilizations and Sacrifice

Miguel Rolland

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Chapter 9

Çatalhöyük, Archaeology, Violence

Christopher J. Knüsel and Bonnie Glencross

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Part II

FROM RITES TO WRITING

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Chapter 10. Introduction

Wolfgang Palaver and Thomas Ryba

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Chapter 11

Lévi-Strauss and Girard on Myth and Ritual

Lucien Scubla

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Chapter 12

The Axial Moment and Its Critics: Jaspers, Bellah, and Voegelin

Stephen Gardner

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Chapter 13

Monotheism and the Abrahamic Revolution: Moving Out of the Archaic Sacred

Wolfgang Palaver

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Chapter 14

The Eastern Revolution: From the Vedas to Buddhism, Jainism, and the Upanishads

Brian Collins

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Chapter 15

The Classical World:&nbsp; Sacrifice, Philosophy, and Religion

Nidesh Lawtoo

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Chapter 16

The Transition from Orality to Writing: Mimetic Theory and Religion

Phil Rose

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Chapter 17

Biblical Interpretation: Old and New Testaments, a New Hermeneutic(s)?

Robert J. Daly

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Chapter 18

Theological Inversions: Raymund Schwager, Robert G. Hamerton-Kelly, and James G. Williams

Mathias Moosbrugger

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Chapter 19

Oedipus and Greek Tragedy

Sandor Goodhart

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Chapter 20

Nietzsche, Dionysos, and the Crucified

James G. Williams

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Part III

THEOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

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Chapter 21. Introduction

James Alison and Martha Reineke

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Chapter 22

An Epistemology of Revelation

John Ranieri

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Chapter 23

Approaches to Atonement: How Girard Changes the Debate

S. Mark Heim

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Chapter 24

Original Sin, Positive Mimesis

Petra Steinmair-Pösel

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Chapter 25

Embodiment and Incarnation

Scott Cowdell

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Chapter 26

Eucharist and Sacrifice: the Transformation of the Meaning of Sacrifice through Revelation

James Alison

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Chapter 27

Girard and Augustine

Thomas Ryba

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Chapter 28

Raymund Schwager: Dramatic Theology

Nikolaus Wandinger

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Chapter 29

American Protestant Reception of Mimetic Theory: 1986-2015

Michael Hardin

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Chapter 30

James Alison’s Theological Appropriation of Girard

John P. Edwards

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Chapter 31

Levinas and the Prophetic Current

Sandor Goodhart

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Chapter 32

Mysticism, Girard, and Simone Weil

Ann Astell

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Chapter 33

From the Sacred to the Holy in the World’s Religions: Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism

Vanessa J. Avery

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Part IV

SECULARIZATION AND MODERNITY

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Chapter 34. Introduction

Paul Dumouchel and William A. Johnsen

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Chapter 35

Secularization

Jean-Pierre Dupuy

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Chapter 36

The Barren Sacrifice

Paul Dumouchel

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Chapter 37

The Economy as the Opium of the People&nbsp;

Bernard Perret

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Chapter 38

“The Carnal Mind Rebels”: Christianity and the Witch Hunt

David Dawson

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Chapter 39

Mimetic Theory, Religion, and Literature as Secular Scripture

William A. Johnsen

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Chapter 40

The Development of the Self

Paolo Diego Bubbio

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Chapter 41

Modern Pathologies and the Displacement of the Sacred

Emanuele Antonelli

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Chapter 42

Ressentiment and the Turn to the Victim: Nietzsche, Weber, Scheler

Stefano Tomelleri

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Chapter 43

René Girard and Charles Taylor: Complementary Engagements with the Crisis of Modernity

Wolfgang Palaver

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Chapter 44

Secularization Revisited: Tocqueville, Asad, Bonhoeffer, Habermas

Scott Cowdell

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Part V

APOCALYPSE, POST-MODERNITY, AND THE RETURN OF RELIGION

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Chapter 45 Introduction

Wolfgang Palaver and Jeremiah Alberg

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Chapter 46

The Return of Religion

Jeremiah Alberg

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Chapter 47

Mimetic Theory And The Katēchon

Michael Kirwan

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Chapter 48

Hӧlderlin and Heidegger: Which God Will Save Us?

Cyril O’Regan

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Chapter 49

“The Apocalypse Has Begun”: Ivan Illich and René Girard on Anti-Christ

David Cayley

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Chapter 50

Weak Faith

Frederick Depoortere

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Chapter 51

Terrorism and Religion

Elisabetta Brighi

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Chapter 52

Apocalypse: Hope Against All Hope

Bruce K. Ward&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;

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Chapter 53

Enlightened Doomsaying

Wilhelm Guggenberger

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Part VI

ALTERNATIVE PARADIGMS

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Chapter 54 Introduction

Paul Dumouchel

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Chapter 55

The New Atheism: Dawkins, Harris, Hitchens

Grant Kaplan

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Chapter 56

Scientific Evidence for the Foundational Role of Psychological Mimesis

Scott Garrels

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Chapter 57

Cognitive Neuroscience and Religion

Warren S. Brown

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Chapter 58

Generative Anthropology

Eric Gans

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Chapter 59

Critiques of Girard’s Mimetic Theory

Trevor Cribben Merrill

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Chapter 60&lt;

A Theory of Everything? A Methodological Tale

Paul Dumouchel

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Chapter 61

Mimetic Theory and Self-Criticism

Jean-Marc Bourdin

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Part VII

APPROACHING THE CONTEMPORARY

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Chapter 62 Introduction

Andrew McKenna and Sheelah Treflé Hidden

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Chapter 63

Scandal

Jeremiah Alberg

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Chapter 64

Terrorism and the Escalation of Violence

Duncan Morrow

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Chapter 65

Religious Conflicts in the Contemporary World

Vern Neufeld Redekop

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Chapter 66

Modern Confessional Movements

Kris Rocke

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Chapter 67

Mimetic Insights into the Sacred in Film

Joel Hodge

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Chapter 68

Resurgent Religious Themes in Contemporary Film

Chris Fleming

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Chapter 69

Pastoral Outreach and Community Living

Adam Ericksen

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